I've mostly been working this week, in the office five days. But in the evenings, I've been working away at my chocolate socks.
This was my first pair of knitted socks. Now I've had these socks on my feet, I can see why there's all the fuss about hand-knitted socks. They feel about a million percent more comfy than your ordinary, shop-bought socks.
The pattern is available at http://yarnforwardmagazine.co.uk/free-patterns/. Before starting, I was startled by the instruction to drop yarnovers - I've dropped plenty in my time, but not usually on purpose! However, I soon understood that the yarnovers were only there to elongate the subsequent stitches, to allow for a 180-degree twist when those stitches were cabled. (Just re-reading that there, I think to the non-knitter it must appear like another language)
I also want to credit the v. helpful designer who helped me out with another question on Ravelry. Thanks, Bianca!
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